Hawaii Tourism Sees a Classic Item Reappear
Of all the things to make a comeback in Hawaii tourism, who’d have thought the water flask would become a craze in the year 2015?
Yet, it has become a craze! Water Flasks are everywhere in Hawaii.
Why are Water Flasks so Popular in Hawaii? Why doesn’t my Hawaii Guide Tell me These Things?
Firstly, there are a few reasons why water flasks are making a comeback all across Hawaii.
Secondly, we know your Hawaii travel guide didn’t tell you this, because they’re always at least a year behind the times. Don’t worry, Funlocity.com has you covered and will explain this craze as it unfolds. Since we’re digital, we’re always up to date with the latest happenings and travel news.
The first reason water flasks are making a comeback all across Hawaii tourism is because people genuinely want to take a little souvenir home from their trip. Sporting a cool, colorful water flask is a great way to tell people at the gym “Yup, I’ve surfed in Hawaii, I’m rad!”
Second, people genuinely find them convenient. Hawaii is jam packed with great adventures and a lot of them will dehydrate you fast. Trekking in the beautiful, lush green mountains, gliding along the best waves in the world and basking in the sun under an electric blue sky all use up a heck of a lot of fluids, and a handy water flask can save you from having to stop all over the place to buy more.
Third, since water is drinkable straight from the tap in Hawaii and is filtered at the source, you can save a lot of money by using a hydro flask. They also keep your water cool for a long period, like if you’re driving through the idyllic Hawaiian countryside to a secluded spot.
Fourth, Hawaiian’s and the people who visit here are big into conservation. You’ll understand why when you get here. Hawaii is one of the most beautiful destinations on planet earth, and local people and tourists alike want to keep it that way. Cutting down on plastic water bottles is one way to help conserve the gorgeous and unforgettable Hawaiian islands.
Drumroll….The Water Flask Saves the Day!
Did you know there are calls for a ban on bottled water in Hawaii, or at least a bottled water tax? With Hawaiians consuming close to 250 million bottles of water per year, it’s time something was done to preserve this phenomenal, awe-inspiring part of the world.
Water flasks are the answer. We recommend you grab them from Whole Foods, Aloha Gas Station, Sam’s Club or order them online.